Jordan Blueprint

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Some say that Jordan Brand should ‘never change’ its classics.  They’re the type to start a sentence with “All I need,” and have it end up describing an original Air Jordan Legacy design.  The Championship Era Jays laid a foundation for generations to come and JB’s latest reminds us where the corner turned and the Air Jordan elevated itself from street phenomenon to global icon.  The Jordan Blueprint reprises lines made famous by the Air Jordan VI, and while this design is undoubtedly another take on signature elements from that first title-winning silo, you can also see the transition into next year’s Air Jordan VII courtesy of the Huarache-like ankle cutout and generally angular appearance, sole in particular.  New tonal colorways befitting the update will arrive at JB retailers next spring so click through to see what’s in store, let us know which pair looks best and how these compare to a more straightforward performance update like, say, an Air Jordan 6.0.  via TSG


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